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. and so remember the great weak of fleet week and world champ ship play offs et cetera we want on forever and they started scorch sun day october the seventh between three point of port location and is three other landing points treasure island, angel island and the san francisco yacht club on november 20th they submit their first monthly statement and it showed in their first three weeks ever service they had 91 landings in the site and an offing of four and-a-half passengers per landing per landing which, is terrific one zero one paniers moved here peer one and one 54 landed here between the marina and were transported to the high peer in fisherman whof and the our next company is going to have more people moving down and up the water front by vessel and other mode we often and so it's very exciting and happy to have that going. next, another great announcement for us, is the grand opening of peer half premi prom iniad which, is funded from a [spelling?] variety of source which, is the least of a number of geobonds and it entertained entailed a significant repair of the sea area betwee
come to get services, help, information, et cetera. what you see here on this table are a whole variety of did you ever rent things from tools, some walki-talkies. this helps people know what is going on in their neighborhood. over here you have a whole variety of water and canned goods. we're really hoping that people will stock up for themselves at least for the first 72 hours if not more. i know that i have a ton of canned food and other sorts of things such as water within my own home. and everybody should, but there's going to come a time where people are going to end up running out and needing more. so, that's what we've got right here. >> so, this neighborhood support center, this doesn't look to be a major city sponsored fully stocked space. it can be a small commercial space, even somebody's garage as long as they have the information, a guide of information, who to call for what, communications equipment, some power, have a generator. >> that's right. >> thinking of lights and charge your cell phones and so on. and probably be operated by volunteers. >> volunteers, maybe memb
are the ones that we say have the personality disorders, et cetera. actually, there is an amazingly good treatment programs that have been developed especially with youth that can show upwards of a 50% reduction in violent crime in kids with these traits if you put them in the right type of treatment. the state of wisconsin leads the way in this regard, by the way because they have invested heavily in these types of treatment programs. they have showed these dramatic effects. that gives me faiths that other states, california and hopefully others will adopt these very progressive and positive reinforcement model kind of treatment programs. and they have the power to reduce impulsivity and increase a little bit of empathy that allows that person when they're released to not act without thinking or to act less likely to act without thinking, and then to also potentially engage in better, general better societyal behaviors. >> you briefly mentioned mitigation and aggravation. professor, can you address the question of how you would use this information either as aggravation or mitigation in
and searches, et cetera? >> guest: exactly. they know. but a lot of times it's inaccurate in the sense of we put a lot of droppings around the web that may have nothing to do with what we really think we are. maybe we don't agree with what we said somewhere and some advertisers picked it up and said, you're intending to buy x. maybe you have a brother who took your name or your password somewhere. but that's irrelevant. all this stuff comes together and becomes a rich soup that increasingly, as we move forward into the 21st century, is going to be the soup that defines us, if that's not a mixed metaphor. >> host: has advertising become more effective? >> guest: no one knows. certainly spending a lot of money but nobody really knows whether it's becoming more effective. i don't care, okay? i'm not interested in effectiveness of advertisings. that's not what the book is about. but people in the ad industry tell me they're learning a lot, i like. the fact its i'm more interested in the social implications of this. what happens when we as a society begin to define ourselves, that is companies
nonviolent drug offendedder, et cetera, we need an opportunity for them to take punishment and make amend so the thieves, the shoplifters, the nonviolent burglars, a lot of them who are not already set on a life of crime and we need at least a chance to give them an opportunity to reclaim themselves. >> host: in your view, do the three strikes and you're out laws -- do they work? no the book talks about the ways in which prosecutors manipulate them. voters think they're going to automatically lock up the third time dangerous felons but they're written to be broader than the people who have any violence in their record or the latest crime doesn't even have to be violent, and the prosecutors routinely bargain those away, bargain them down-manipulate them. so the people who get it are not the most dangerous. they're were the ones who were stupid enough to go to trial and reject a play bargain offer. >> the machinery of the criminal justice by stephanos bibas, from the university of pennsylvania. thank you. >> you're welcome. >> university of pennsylvania professor stephen
teaches them how the brain changes with addiction, et cetera, et cetera. that may be helpful for judges sentencing to drug courts for addiction problem instead of prison for a long period of time. the primary problem is one of addiction and treatment of remediation of that and the subsequent behavioral problems and other things is probably far more cost-effective and good for that person than simply sentencing them to prison time. and so i think the neuroscience helps to educate and change our ways that we understand drugs and drug addiction. >> another question is have you ever been allowed to testify regarding i.q. in a hearing or a trial using your program? >> yes, i just did that this weekend. so i testified this morning. i do know that -- so the atkins case was actually argued by a professor at the university of new mexico and he is constantly barraged by what's the best way to assess i.q., especially when you have these different tests and different measures, et cetera. i.q. is one of the most well studied things in psychology. so taking a brain scan and fitting your brain along a
is happening in afghanistan or so of yet era, et cetera. now if you have a situation that's complex as that, then of course you know i think nobody will disagree today that the last ten years for the international-- in the united states and forth entire objectives of international forces has not been an easy one. there have been many setbacks, many, many challenges. so i think it was a classic case of everybody turning to, in some ways looking for easy answers and saying oh we're not winning, are we not doing well because pakistan was not cooperating. i think we have come at least half a circumstance fell not full circle. i would like to say full circle, i'm an optimist to a point where today all the points of divergence were considered to be a point of divergence but about stability in afghanistan, whether ieds, whether it is usage of tools of counterterrorism which we might el counterproductive, i think we beginning to very much more intensive discussions, all of these are fast emerging to be points of convergence now. >> your references to drones. >> of course. >> and civilian casualties
on the record that he or she personally heard the testimony, et cetera." >> okay. i think that is good and where would we put it? >> section 4 i think i would just add at the end >> j? >> yes. >> >> just make it j and then you don't have to re-number the other sections. there is a particular need for chronology here. >> any other comments on decision point 4? >> just a comment, it may be unnecessary, but under the ex parte communications it does not preclude communication between commissioners. i know that there are other provisions that may take care of that, but i'm just curious as is it intended one commissioner could talk to another in advance of the hearing, concerning the subject matter? when the commissioner can't talk to a staff person, can't talk to an executive director? >> i'm just curious. >> is there nothing in the law that would preclude you from speaking to and one other commissioner. obviously beyond that is a seriatim problem. when that word poped into my head, i swore i wouldn't get it out, but i did. >> i don't feel strongly about it, if the commission wa
formed campaign for a candidate seeking, et cetera. >> i think we're all concerned that you address primarily formed committees in the same cycle. so actually i would suggest saying draft committees shall file any campaign finance-related filings, reports or statements require bed featherstitch required by state or local law, et cetera. the only change inserting owe same." >> i don't know how that supports the cycle argument. >> you have related filings as opposed to semiannual filings. >> okay. so basically we want any draft committee that is operating to support a candidate for say the mayor's office, to file in the same manner as any other primarily formed committees. that is actually in operation for a declared candidate for the mayor's office. now it's possible, although i honestly don't know how often it happens they could have a primarily formed committee laying around from an election last year. maybe that doesn't need to file anything this year pause it's not supporting a candidate in this election. >> we'll is a dress that in the regs. i don't think we need to worry
, et cetera, et cetera. >> is there a member of the public who wishes to zvictiontion about this? -- to speak about this? >> yes, david con. >> good afternoon. >>> i've dadev kahn, [speaker not understood], on behalf of the san francisco downtown parking corporation board. * david i'm working with the board, san francisco downtown parking board to finalize use agreement for the 5th and mission garage. i've been speaking the last several days with the city attorney's office and actually this afternoon with mr. roberts and mr. katari. we have a few remaining issues with respect to the lease termination. it is the expectation those remaining issues will be resolved and the language finalized no later than friday at 12 o'clock. i've discussed that with mr. katari. the staff recommendation as the board understands it is to approve the lease termination subject to the ability to ratify the language provided that it remains substantially similar to the agreement before the board and we agree with that recommendation. >> sir, thank you. anybody else care to address the board? if not, we
, et cetera. so we don't actually vote on the amount of money we're giving to each non-public school that. is what makes this a little different. >> exactly right, commissioner wynns, which is why this particular reso $13 million the entire non-public school budget and to give her the advice to declare and abstain from this kind of discussion for the very reason you very articulately said. >> the question arises just like i think when commissioner fewer was you been talking about. we talk about what strategies we have to spend less money on non-public schools. that is one of our budget strategies related to the budget in general. so somebody along the line has to think about that and tell us how that might -- i mean we're not doing that until june. so i don't know-- although, we might at some point. all the budget hearings and budget committee meetings we often talk about that as something that we need to look at. what are we doing about that? i don't know -- i really don't know. i want somebody else like you to think about and maybe do some research on that. >> i absolute
they don't have, et cetera, et cetera, but the reason i'm here is to bring this to your attention. we'd like some city services that doesn't involve the police. the police are doing a very good job. we have 3 bicycle officers, we have calls, we have people up and down. we like having police. we'd like to have some city services to take care of some of what we call the antisocial behavior in the plaza -- drinking, public urination, public other stuff that people do in the middle of the day. the city already sends somebody out for two hours in the morning from 4:00 to 6:00 or 5:00 to 7 klak to power wash the plaza every day. we're spending a lot of money as taxpayers. we think we can do better. we appreciate the police, they're doing a great job, but what we'd like you to do and the reason i'm here is i'm asking you to make some calls, get other agencies involved, a multi tier, multi level approach, we just need some help. the other thing, just out of interest, i got all this from the department of records also. this is about 24th and mission and 16th and mission and the calls for
and editing them and correcting them, et cetera. >> i think that particular explanation satisfies my questioning and i support the withdrawal of the continuance. >> so we now have a motion i believe on the floor for approval. >> there is a motion and a second on the floor commission. shall i call the question? commissioner antonini. >> aye. >> commissioner hillis. >> aye. >> commissioner moore. >> aye. >> commissioner sug. >> no. >> commissioner president fong. >> aye. >> commissioners that passes four to one with commissioner sugaya against. all right. commissioners you are item 16 for 1325 portola drive request for discretionary review. that is abbreviated discretionary review. >> good afternoon planning commission. i am [inaudible] southwest team leader. this property has been issued a building permit currently under construction and it was taken away because there was a misrepresentation --. what occurred the original notice didn't correctly represent the height of the overall residents at this area. this is a new construction project. discretionary review had did been fil
besides aggression but emotional distress, school drop out. you should see increase in school et cetera cannedness and we sudden an important factor. >> and student engagement in the class classrooms. >> exactly and there are multiple benefits to doing this program and i want to say because this is important for you and all of the research people left in the room that we do know from the research it's not the social emotional learning for effective bullying prevention programs. there are other elements of staff training and educating students about what to do in a bullying case and our program we teach kids the 3r's. recognize, report and refuse bullying and we talk about the power that the bystanders have and the things they can do to make a difference and at a whole school level training adults and i want to put this out here and this is something that we know is very important. >> so alixis we heard a number of times today is takes a village and not just about programs in schools and not just about schools and families, but what is out there in the air, and mia has worked with sesa
about among the titis, the god of lightning cometh out of the rivers, kind of. t., god of war, et cetera, et cetera. that's the answer. the mischievous person with the devil. cert issued became christians the devil,. even in the translation of the bible, each time the devils issue. but as she was anything but evil. that is the truth. on the contrary, you'll find the symbol of issue because they see also who helps to interpret the scriptures of wisdom, pharmacology, whiston bound up in the verse is, whose verses the design recite. the issue is anything but the devil. but today, it's very painful to find one pounds men and women referring to issue is the devil. by contrast, look at what happened with a move to the slaves to latin america. arrived with the knowledge that issue by the missionaries. they adopted issue of the dat. the christians who wanted them to come for. they became the symbol and latin america. in fact, it would back in certain parts of brazil, you find the issue has even been elevated to the supreme dat, simply because that was the symbol that was there, the protagonists
to know when trash pick up is, if you need to get clean water, et cetera. also in the neighborhood support center, that kind of information would be available and we've got a little of that up here. >> trash pick up resumes regular schedule on wednesday. >> that's right. >> please mark your human waste. >> that's right. >> so, this is kind of an information center, communication center, also a center that hopefully will show people how to relate to their neighboring communities, what else is happening city-wide. and, of course, this is sort of the ubiquitous form of communication. my cat is missing, call me. >> exactly, because a lot of times, even if you do have a cell phone, and people do if you're really trying to save some of your precious energy minutes, et cetera, or it's not working as well as it normally does, it is helpful to have a message board that you can get information to other people. and, so, that's what we're showing here. you can see people are going to be looking for their pets. they're going to be looking for rides. people are going to need to be sharing resources a mu
it is now. meanwhile the iraq war, et cetera, et cetera. mr. rothman completely nailed the sense of bias, i salute him in his efforts here. >> what about that kirsten? do reporters not have memories? [ laughter ] >> that's a loaded question. no, i think there is a little bit of a double standard here clearly. the economy is still in a bad can't say they are no longer poor people. they are t concerned about cutting back when bush was president they should do it now. we talked about michael hastings rolling stone reporter who just wrote a book saying that in covering the president being around the media what he observed was very immature behavior. they were giddy is the word that he use the sort of in awe of the president. i think it confirms what we have been saying here almost every week about the problem with the press corps and their inability to cover the president. >> we heard during the inaugural address. we heard about climate change. we heard about gay rights. we heard about lots of issues but nothing much about the deficit and some of the really pressing issues. >> some of the reall
in games, tv shows, movies, et cetera. these first steps, though, are curtailing the ability of law abiding citizens to exercise their second amendment rights but john from lorton, virginia, says the second amendment is a big deal but it is not the only deal. today americans can purchase almost any kind of weapon and ammunitions as long as they don't have background problems. despite this the nra is jumping up and down about any kind of restriction disputing the reasonable approach proposed. background checks probably will work, but the nra is hell bent on preventing any restrictions whatsoever which will keep us from doing anything about this problem. again whose side are they on anyway, guns no matter what? grow up. and then one final word on lance armstrong from our good friend deb in arlington who says we use public people in all areas as our heroes and when they fail us, we get disappointed. personally i think the heroes or heroines in one's life should actually be in their how and not public figures and/or celebrities, sports figures, et cetera, false idols, you know, just saying. the
for light snow to work et cetera way in here this afternoon -- its way in here this afternoon and towards this evening as the arctic front makes the push in here. it's going to keep the temperatures below average all week long. now future trend not picking up on a whole lot going through time. high pressure will build back in and bring us plenty of sunshine. but then we have the potential for more snow as we go into friday. so we do have two cracks at it. today, though, that temperature nice and seasonable coming in around 42 degrees under most loy included yoi -- cloudy skies but we have the snow working et cetera way in here. temperatures at 20 degrees and it's going to be cold and breezy. wind chills in the teens and frigid over the next several days. 24 will be the high temperature by tomorrow. so you can see what i am talking about. the 7-day forecast looks like this as the arctic blast continues to stay in here on wednesday. only about 25 but look at the teens to start the days as we go into thursday and we will be dry. and then we work our way into friday. that's the next chance fo
, requirements, configuration, review, et cetera, and that includes the user acceptance test plan. we've developed that plan. we're working closely with the staff to come up with test cases and then in january we'll have a kick off meeting where the staff will actually start executing those test cases. the next item is data conversion. we're working closely with planning and the vendor on mapping all the data elements from the current pts to the new ppts to plan for the loading of the historical data. we have a lot of different fees in the system and (inaudible) the configuration and giving the vendor input and moving forward on the fees. additionally there are scripts being built in the system that specify dbi and planning requirements and those are being built and reviewed. there are many reports in the system. we've been prioritizing these reports and designing the specifications and identifying which ones the vendor will build, which ones we'll build internally. there are a number of system interfaces, including address, parcel, cashiering, et cetera. we are meeting with various
, single women, et cetera, african-americans, et cetera, et cetera, all of whom had their representatives in the inaugural festivities. i think that the people who watch pbs were there. james taylor, you know, the guy they have on sweeps week. it had that feeling of an event for that coalition. right? less a feeling of a completely apolitical or unpolitical event. >> are the demographics shifting for democrats? >> i think they could be. you are seeing the president embrace what chuck is talking about because they were an important part of the coalition. also to go to the discussion earlier. this is who he is ideologically and what he believes. what made the speech ideological is not that it had a long, laundry list of preference group issues. things to insight liberals but a philosophical defense of liberals. this is what he talked about. he is craving collective action to talk about how that was responsible for progress throughout the course of the u.s. history. liberal view. he is arguing for it. >> defining this moment as what is right is an important struggle. >> bret: 20 seconds, cha
cetera, et cetera, et cetera. the congress is in a gift giving mode and not in a reduce spending mode, which they need to do. you point out a number of the trillion dollars they have to reduce, you know, they've basically raise it $100 billion worth of taxes here on an annual basis. we think they have to reduce spending by two to three hundred billion dollars a year. and that's just a down payment. it's a fairly pathetic situation and a situation in which the american public is is having less and less faith in terms of their ability to act. >> and i guess the question is what about people like you and your faith because as long as you still have faith, you buy american bonds, this country can still borrow for basically nothing and that enables congress to keep spending money and saying there's no problem. don't worry about downgrades, but at some point, people like you are going to say america may not pay us back. we can't necessarily trust america. i'm going to charge you a much higher interest rate. than that could crush this country. will that day ever come? >> well, i think it's i
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